But there will be no loot boxes. Halo fans were alarmed by a vacancy posted by Halo Infinite developer 343 Industries, a subsidiary of Microsoft.
The studio is looking for a design director with experience working on online content. The job description states that this person will have to work on in-game purchases.
Although no information has been officially announced about the appearance of such features in Halo Infinite, fans of the series have already expressed concern, fearing that additional money will have to be invested in the game to complete it.
But the head of 343 Industries, Chris Lee, said that while plans for in-game purchases have not yet been finalized, the game will definitely not have loot boxes for real money.
Shooter Halo Infinite was announced this summer for Xbox One and Windows 10. The release date of the game has not yet been determined.